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Cleveland Museum of Art views the 20th century with fresh enthusiasm in reinstalled East Wing galleries

Posted August 20, 2012 in Articles

The Cleveland Museum of Art has been oddly quiet about the reopening of its East Wing galleries devoted to modern and contemporary art, which occurred without hoopla last Saturday. It could be that the... read more

Cleveland Museum of Art buys important ancient Roman and Mayan antiquities

Posted August 13, 2012 in Articles

The Cleveland Museum of Art has re-entered the controversial world of antiquities collecting by purchasing an ancient Roman marble portrait head and a glazed ceramic Mayan vessel. Both pieces, acquired for undisclosed prices, are in... read more

Cleveland Museum of Art offers a first look at its new restaurants, 'Provenance' and 'Provenance Cafe': Restaurant Row

Posted August 08, 2012 in Articles

Closely held plans for a restaurant, cafe and private dining facilities attached to the Cleveland Museum of Art's soon-to-debut central atrium have finally been revealed.Provenance, a 76-seat fine-dining restaurant and lounge occupying roughly 1,200 square... read more

EPA Awards Grant to Cleveland Botanical Garden to Use Vacant Lots to Protect Water Quality

Posted July 16, 2012 in Articles

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $59,680 under its Urban Waters Small Grants program to the Cleveland Botanical Garden to improve vacant land in Cleveland neighborhoods and reduce stormwater runoffto Lake Erie and its... read more

Peter B. Lewis donates $5 million to the Cleveland Institute of Art, his biggest hometown donation in a decade

Posted July 11, 2012 in Articles

Peter B. Lewis, the iconoclastic insurance executive and philanthropist, has done an about-face on his hometown by making a $5 million donation to the Cleveland Institute of Art.The gift, announced Tuesday, is the biggest from... read more

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